A new program from TYA/USA, which partners its writers with 24 major TYA theatres, is billed as the largest such effort ever undertaken in the field.
How 2 veterans of New York’s 1960s-’70s avant-garde theatre made edgy, alternative theatre in a conservative state, and what enduring lessons their example may hold out for others.
Though celebrating her 95th birthday as well as the Actors Studio’s 75th, the acclaimed but still busy actor isn’t about to rest on her laurels.
This month Brian talks to the author of ‘tokyo fish story’ and ‘brownsville song (b-side for tray)’ about panic, curiosity, and the earned laughs average.
Known for her lively, no-gimmick stagings of Shakespeare with Theatre for a New Audience, the director is branching out with ‘Des Moines.’
How a number of recent shows in New York are landing, and what it feels like to work on them, in a time of rising antisemitism and right-wing violence.
A reflection on the influences who led me to become the theatre artist and educator I am today—and to be that influence for others.
A conversation with Joel Grey, Tovah Feldshuh, Caissie Levy, Michael Arden, and Bess Wohl about portrayals of Jewishness and antisemitism on New York stages.
Socially engaged performance has a rich history in this country, and it deserves an account as localized and multivocal as its leading practitioners.
For the show’s associate music director/lyric dramaturg, ‘KPOP’ brings together 2 things that are precious to her: the Broadway musical, and contemporary Korean and Korean American culture.